Piano Requirements All students pursuing a Music major degree program are

Piano requirements all students pursuing a music

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Piano Requirements: All students pursuing a Music major degree program are required to demonstrate a level of piano proficiency equiva- lent to that outlined for Level III of Group Instruction Piano unless stated otherwise for a specific degree or sequence. A syllabus of proficiency requirements is available in the Music Office or from the Group Piano Coordinator. All B.M.E. students and candidates for teacher certification are required to pass a piano proficiency exam prior to admission to Professional Studies. Performing Organization Requirements: All students pursuing a Music major degree program are required to participate and earn a passing grade in a major music-performing organization each semester they are enrolled in the University until the ensemble requirement is completed for their chosen degree sequence. B.M.E. majors are exempt from this requirement during the semester of Student Teaching; Music Therapy majors are exempt from this requirement during the semester of their internship; Music Business majors are exempt from this requirement during the semester of their internship. Music Business majors may also receive an exemption by complet- ing their internship during the summer session. To receive an ensemble exemption for a summer intern- ship, the student must successfully complete the internship before receiving an exemption for the following school year. If the summer internship is the only remaining requirement for the degree, an ensemble exemption for the semester pre- ceding that summer internship may be obtained by approval from the Director of the School of Music. Students who have completed 2 credit hours of internship (MUS 298.03) may choose to be exempt from 1 additional ensemble in a subse- quent semester for a total not to exceed 2 ensemble credits. Specific performing organization participation require- ments are indicated below for each of the Music major degree programs. A major opera role may be substituted for one performing organization by juniors and seniors upon approval of the Director of the School of Music as a result of a written request signed by the student, the applied teacher, and the opera director. A maximum of 12 hours in Music performing organization credit is applicable to any Music degree. NOTE: Only 1 music-performing organization per semester will be counted towards the requirements for the completion of any Music degree program. The ensemble should relate to the student’s applied area. Stu- dents must be enrolled in MUS 110 each semester on cam- pus up to the total number of semesters required for the particular degree program. Enrollment Limitations: Enrollment in some Music courses is limited to those stu- dents who have had auditions or who have secured the per- mission of the appropriate coordinator. Information concerning these course enrollment limitations is available from the School of Music.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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